I have a JD (John Dorian) and love everything so far but I cannot get him to be as intelligent as I'd like because I'm a bit stuck. I'll explain the best I can:
Firstly, I didn't mark this as needing assistance as I assume it will be extremely easy for most of you pros to answer. Secondly, I just want to make it clear that I have spent a lot of time training my laptop with speech recognition and although it doesn't have the best microphone, JD generally picks up what I say with confidence levels usually around 80-90.
I have loaded my own pandorabot into using the control for it and adding in my own bots Id but he literally understands nothing. Not even "hello" although I have added this to be the only thing my bot currently knows. I also tried adding another bots Id created by someone else and although it works well when typing my input, usuing my voice he understands nothing.
I have searched relentlessly for a solution as I know it is frowned upon to post regarding an easy fix but I've had no luck.
Any help of advice would be massively appreciated and any more info need will be gladly provided.
Thanks in advance,
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Oh, and also it is important to use a high quality microphone headset
Yeah, I figured as much!
"This control uses the entire local language dictionary, so a headset or nice microphone is necessary."
I imagine it's my rubbish microphone so I'll focus on some other stuff and come back to this when I get paid! I'll start with getting a better mic and then even more voice training.
Thanks for the super speedy reply,
Windows SAPI is perfectly acceptable if used correctly and trained. I use Windows SAPI for Jarvis and have zero problems.
Without training it wasn't great, after (a lot of) training it has no problems. It has few problems in dictation mode now (although that's about 5 years of constant training).
Google's SAPI isn't exactly great. Neither my phone nor my smart TV's voice controls are anywhere near as accurate as Jarvis is now.
If you wish to pay google for the google speech service, then download the plugin and wait for further development.